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The club is expected to announce Machado's signing and the renewal of all of its players with fewer than three years major league service time -- a list that also includes starting pitchers Chris Tillman and Miguel Gonzalez, among others -- on
The Orioles will make their first trip to McKechnie Field of the spring this afternoon to face the Pittsburgh Pirates. Chris Tillman is scheduled to start for the Orioles and could go four innings...Right-hander Miguel Gonzalez is still on pace to
Where free agent righty Ervin Santana ends up has become secondary to the absurdity of the reporting surrounding the final throes of his free agent odyssey. Santana has a fine year in 2013 and were it not for concerns about the state of his
Orioles public relations wrote on Twitter that Gonzalez had suffered a bruise...Early in spring training, Gonzalez was held back with back spasms, but quickly returned to full strength. He was scheduled to start Thursday's game against Tampa Bay, but
I'm going to be there for the first time wearing the Orioles uniform,' said Jimenez, who signed a four-year, $50 million deal last month. I was very excited, but I was like, I have to get it under control.' Because usually when you try to do too much,
He pitched to just three batters in the first inning, but allowed a leadoff single to former Oriole Brian Roberts in the second, then surrendered a string of four straight two-out hits, including a home run to Yankees catcher Francisco Cervelli.
It's been 15 years, so of course, it feels weird, Roberts said. "Anywhere would have felt weird. It wouldn't have mattered where it was, but its part of the business at some point...Asked if he was angry that the Orioles didn't pursue him harder the
Johan Santana has had surgery for the same injury in the front of his shoulder (technically the anterior capsule) twice. Even before he got hurt, his velocity declined steadily from his dominating heyday with the Twins to his first three
That was the question posed to manager Buck Showalter on Monday afternoon after top infield prospect Jonathan Schoop delivered another strong offensive performance in the Orioles' 9-2 exhibition loss to the Minnesota Twins. "I wouldn't use the word
These days Zach Britton can speak confidently about some of the tough times he's been through over the past two years. The left-hander admits that there were times when he felt he lost the confidence of his Orioles teammates when he was on the mound.